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Dec 5, 2001 | 3:43 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place December 6, 2001

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genre: horror, playing time: approx. 9 min. Have fun.

Nearly forgot: there is an easter egg in this, that will let you see the first minute of this epic in 3D (if you have some 3D-glasses that is).

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ShowgunShowgun

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 18, 2010

NICE CREEPY

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thelightningfistthelightningfist

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 18, 2010

omg

ur brutal



JablesJables

Rated 0 / 5 stars November 13, 2009

Ehhhh.....

I went into this expecting a great deal of blood and gore and some really graphic stuff and there was. Unfortunately, like JunkieMonkey pointed out, it's more for shock value than anything else. I mean, crucifying a priest and disembowling a nun is terrible and disturbing, but there's really no call for it since there's a complete lack of story. Without a story anything graphic done is purely for shock value. I can't give you a good score on this on those grounds. It doesn't tie in with the first one enough so that the story can make sense to anyone. It's kinda like Highlander 1 and 2. The audio wasn't all that great either. I really don't know what to tell you as far as constructive criticism goes, but I'm sure you can take these negatives and turn them into positives.



JunkieMonkey111JunkieMonkey111

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars April 13, 2009

All shock value.

I really enjoyed your first Goldilocks flash. It was very creepy, dark and mysterious. This one however, was all purely shock value, which is a shame really because I was expecting more of the same creepy flash that the first one was. I'll admit, I am a Catholic and this did disturb me, but that isn't the point. The murder was not realistic at all. Killing a priest is fucked up; but crucifying his dead body? What is next, is the murderer going to be slaughtering pregnant women and going on rampages in adoption centers? Oh and the blood splattering on the statues of Jesus and Mary, that was really necessary. You really must've run out of ideas in this one. Shock value is the cheapest move that horror movies use nowadays.


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LucifersAngel666LucifersAngel666

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 15, 2008

youve got issues mate

disturbing but great